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"Tell the chef, the beer is on me."
for me it was a pretty bodily experience, and not least a autosexual one. meaning i masturbated for about 4 hours. and i can't say i regretted it, because it felt pretty amazing. unlike some stuff i have read i found it to be significantly less visual then 1P-LSD and AL-LAD, but that may be due to the dosage, the packaging said 100 µg but it might have degraded in the summer heat before i put it in the freezer. visual perception was only slightly enhanced and things like melting, drifting, symmetries, etc were almost absent. closed-eye visuals weren't prominent either, but i remember orgasms that felt like going thru a dark geometric tunnel and ginger beer felt like a firework-y lighting up of of lime green neon tubes. but it hardly compared to the flashy, bright and colourful visuals i remember from AL-LAD.
i also did't feel very "philosphical" during most of the trip,i remember one kinda profound idea, but it matches the experience of others that there is not much of a "mind-trip". unfortunately i had noone there who i would explore the social aspects with.
the body feel (especially on come-up) was rather heavy-feeling, not necessarily pleasant in itself, but not really unpleasant either. bodily 'abstraction' seemed pretty strong, when taking a walk i felt more like a floating field of vision then a human being making steps. that has it's disadvantages because i didn't feel my face and had no idea what kind of expression it had, i can only hope it was mildly friendly when i encountered other people at my walks. also i could not estimate temperatures. i felt that i was sweating quite a bit, and i was unpleasantly unsure about how hot it was. the bodily abstraction thing is something i had with pretty much all lysergamides i tried, tho. a hand mirror and an air thermometer would be a good investment for tripping.
i could home-cook food with laundry detergent, that doesn't mean it's safe. :P
and i don't see why it would be a negative criterion either. to test whether a substance is safe, you got to test it. that traditional recipes exists is an indication that it isn't horribly poisonous. but then again, during most of history people cared much more about not starving then eating healthy. so i don't think traditional cuisine will be that close to optimal nutrition..
ich geh so einkaufen. sehe sixpack "Karamalz Light". denke mir "hmm, weniger süß also, klingt gut!". mit malzbier kann ma kaum was verkehrt machen, denke ich. ich sehe an der kasse die aufschrift "natürlich gesüßt - STEVIA - kalorienreduziert". oh, oh mist. aber egal, ist schließlich ein nahmhaftes produkt. da werden sich irgendwelche profis hingesetzt haben, die selbst aus steviolglycosiden etwas beinahe genießbares zaubern können. es lebe die chemie! ich gehe nach hause und probiere. die chemie ist machtlos. stevia wird immer abscheulich schmecken. es ist süßer als richtige Karamalz und schmeckt übekeitserregend nach stevia. für die die es nicht wissen: stevia hat den übelgeschmack üblicher zuckerersatzstoffe mal zwanzig. es schmeckt ziemlich scheiße.
mein testergebnis lautet: nein. nie wieder. sowie: wie werd ich das diese 5,8 flaschen gelumpe jetzt los?
"Tell the chef, the beer is on me."
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